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Redistricting: The cause 
of political dysfunction

RALEIGH — Maybe it’s appropriate that, as legislators in the state capital considered legislative and congressional redistricting, the real problems associated with the redrawing of electoral districts lines showed up in the nation’s capital. Those problems are really simple: Politicians ...

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Fear of 
rejection is bogus

I am finally calling bs on the biggest myth in selling: Salespeople quit or fail because they fear rejection. Give me a break. Fear of rejection is totally bogus. Managers and sales trainers alike try to smooth it over by ...

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A cauldron of trouble brews at NC port

RALEIGH — All those who beat the drum so loudly for less government regulation during the recently completed regular session of the North Carolina General Assembly might want to pay attention to a drama unfolding in Morehead City. It seems ...

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Hard work makes luck

I was walking in the parking lot of my local Starbucks with Gabrielle, my 2-year-old daughter, in my arms, when a guy came over and started to talk to me. He told me he’d seen me give two different seminars ...

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